Cozy Lace Up Fingerless Gloves by Yarntivity, Casey Pilley
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Cozy Lace Up Fingerless Gloves

Crochet
November 2014
Aran (8 wpi) ?
3.5 mm (E)
175 - 200 yards (160 - 183 m)
Adult
US
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Cozy Fingerless Lace Up Gloves
By Casey Pilley, Yarntivity
We all have been there, endlessly scrolling thru the fingerless glove patterns online just trying to find that one unique design that doesn’t look like all the other designs… I had a customer come to me wanting a pair of longer cozy type fingerless gloves that laced up the middle but was closed on the ends. You can imagine the look on my face ha ha! So there I was, scrolling, and scrolling…and scrolling. Nothing. Time to design :) These were so fun to design. I now have a new appreciation for the arm! So many little measurements and ins and outs to account for. These being adjustable just makes fitting that much easier. You pretty much just have to pay attention to the top and the bottom, the middle takes care of itself.

The adjustability of this pattern is so handy. You can adjust via the lace up AND you can also adjust when you are closing it up in the chain space at the top. If the person you are making these gloves for has really tiny skinny arms and hands, please read the
pattern notes below.

STITCHES / ABBREVIATIONS USED:
Ch – Chain‐yo, pull thru loop
Sl st – Slip Stitch‐insert hook into next stitch, yo pull thru all loops on hook
Sc – Single Crochet‐insert hook into next stitch, yo pull thru 2 loops, yo pull thru 2 loops
BlSc – Back Loop Single Crochet‐Insert your hook into the back loop (instead of under both loops like normal) of the stitch ‐ Regardless of whether you are on RS or WS, the back loop is ALWAYS the loop away from you ‐ yo, pull thru loop, yo, pull thru 2 loops on hook
Sc2tog – Single Crochet Two Together (reducing) – Insert hook into st, yo, pull thru two loops (2 loops on hook), insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops on hook
Hdc – Half‐double Crochet‐yo, insert hook into next stitch, yo, pull thru 2 loops, yo, pull thru 3 loops on hook
BlHdc – Back Loop Half‐double Crochet‐Yo, Insert hook into the back loop only of next stitch ‐ Regardless of whether you are on RS or WS, the back loop is ALWAYS the loop away from you ‐ yo, pull thru loop, yo, pull thru 3 loops on hook
Hdc2tog (Sc2tog) – Half‐double Crochet Two Together (reducing)‐yo, insert hook into next st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (3 loops on hook), yo, insert hook into NEXT st, yo, pull thru 2 loops (5 loops on hook), yo, pull thru all loops
Yo – Yarn Over
RS – Right Side – this will come into play the most once we are on the cuffs. You can tell if you are working the Right Side by looking at where you are stitching exactly – if the outside of the cuff is facing you, you are on the Right Side. If the INSIDE of the cuff is facing you, you are on the Wrong Side (the cuffs will be stitching around on the WS)
WS – Wrong Side‐ this will come into play the most once we are on the cuffs. You can tell if you are working the Right Side by looking at
where you are stitching exactly – if the outside of the cuff is facing you, you are on the Right Side. If the INSIDE of the cuff is facing
you, you are on the Wrong Side (the cuffs will be stitching around on the WS)
FO – Fasten off/Cut yarn
‐ You can adjust your sizing either with your hook or reducing/increasing stitches. It is always good to size as you go (if you can). If you are making for a customer or someone you cannot size, be sure to get measurements of their upper forearm, wrist, around the knuckles, and the length from their knuckles up to however high you are going to make the glove. Then you have something to gauge yourself by. The pattern is for a slightly thicker person. Not fat, not thin. I note how big each piece is in each section for you to reference/adjust accordingly
‐ The gloves are first worked flat, then in rounds for the ends
‐ The flat part (middle) of the gloves (before joining) is completely reversible. Once we join for the cuffs is when we designate which is right, which is left via the thumb hole and the lace up opening at the top. You will be making two identical flat parts of the gloves
As always, if you have any questions, please contact me at any of the following:
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Thank you for your interest in my pattern! I know it will turn out beautiful. Don’t forget to post pictures of your work on Ravelry! I LOVE to see the finished product and see everyone’s creativity shine!!

-Casey Pilley, Yarntivity